Hot ‘n Cheesy Kale Crisps

Despite working with meat as a profession, I am beginning to enjoy vegan meals more and more often. Plant-based dishes are super trendy. These kale crisps are terribly moreish and like the generic potato chip, leave the seasoning all over your fingers for licking. The nutritional yeast mimics the cheesiness - ooh, and does it … Continue reading Hot ‘n Cheesy Kale Crisps

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Croissants & Ripped Jeans

I have wanted to try my hand at making croissants for quite some time now. As a pastry amateur, I always consult recipes from the trusty pro’s in order to limit error. I must say, for a first attempt, I am pretty happy at how these turned out. I managed to achieve the layering required … Continue reading Croissants & Ripped Jeans

Wimbledon Tea Party

In keeping with the spirit of Wimbledon, I decided to whip up some old school treats for the men’s final this afternoon. A Victoria sponge with plenty fresh strawberries and clouds of fresh cream featured as my centrepiece bake. Cucumber sandwiches, caprese seed loaf morsels, passion fruit scones and coconut lamingtons attended as other traditional … Continue reading Wimbledon Tea Party